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The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer Part 4 - German Academy Coaching
The Art of Playing Attacking Soccer Part 4

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One-Touch Combination Play and Soccer Specific Sprint Training

Author and Presenter: Martin Hasenpflug
Guest Presenter: Peter Hyballa
Director & Production: Peter Schreiner
Playtime: 120 Min.

Now Part 4 of our successful series The Art of Attacking Soccer is available as eVideo. In this excellent video production there is a complete new idea of designing drills: It is the combination of One-Touch, Combination Playand Soccer Specific Sprint Training.

The main topics: Passing Accuracy, Sprinting Capability, One-Touch Combination Play, Soccer Specific Sprint Training, Combination Play in a Parallel Course, Soccer Techniques under Pressure of Time, Coaching the Details, High Repetition Rates, Pressure of Time due to Group Competitions, Effective and Varied Training, Passing Through the Gap into the Run, Quick Combinations.

This eVideo The Art of Attacking Soccer 4 shows 40 new Drills for Passing and Combination Play (Continuation of the series "The art of attacking soccer 1 and 2".) In this new eVideo there is also an effective football-specific sprint training. You will see how to incorporate sprints into a one-touch exercise and how to pass precisely after an explosive sprinting.

The complex training forms are easy to organize and versatile in training. They improve passing and combination play of your players, their group-tactical behavior and additionally their sprint abilities in the same set-up.

Two factors are particularly necessary in the case of a counter attack or a game on ball possession:

  • Accuracy of the passing even under time and pressure
  • Sprint ability of the players.

In both game philosophies, the players must therefore combine quickly and precisely and sprint to free spaces at the highest speed. Explosive sprints and a high ball speed are very important.

1. How can we train the precision of the passing under time pressure?

2. How to get the perfect combination play?

3. How to organize a football-specific sprint training

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